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Saturday, November 16, 2013

Reverse gender discrimination:

To this day I'm still upset that this was marketed strictly as a "girl's toy". I secretly wanted one so bad, but since it was a "girl's toy" I was embarrassed even to ask for it. I know you can't have everything, but still ...

3 comments:

Caffeinated Joe said...

Well, to make you feel a little better, my daughter got one and probably used it ONCE.

But I hear ya. I liked Mickey and Minnie Mouse paper dolls once and convinced my friend, a girl, to ask for them so I could play with them. LOL

ChiTown Girl said...

You probably already know this, but now they have a "boy's" version of this. Actually, they also have a "unisex" version.

We never had one of these. My dad thought it was stupid. I suppose my mom did, too. They both said if we wanted to bake a cake, we had a REAL oven!

joe said...

CJ: Nope, doesn't make me feel better...

CTG: I didn't know there's a unisex version now, but there wasn't one when I was a kid. And there's no way my folks would have let me use the real oven

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